Hepatozoon and Theileria species detected in ticks collected from mammals and snakes in Thailand.

@article{Sumrandee2015HepatozoonAT,
  title={Hepatozoon and Theileria species detected in ticks collected from mammals and snakes in Thailand.},
  author={C. Sumrandee and V. Baimai and W. Trinachartvanit and A. Ahantarig},
  journal={Ticks and tick-borne diseases},
  year={2015},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={
          309-15
        }
}
We report the detection of Hepatozoon and Theileria in 103 ticks from mammals and snakes in Thailand. By using a genus-specific 18S rRNA PCR, Hepatozoon and Theileria spp. were detected in 8% and 18%, respectively, of ticks (n=79) removed from mammals. Of the ticks removed from snakes (n=24), 96% were infected with Hepatozoon spp., but none were infected with Theileria. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that Hepatozoon spp. detected from Dermacentor astrosignatus and Dermacentor auratus ticks from… Expand
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